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  • I just finished watching 4 episodes of this show and I think I like it.

    My little sister has been bugging me to watch her shows. You know how we recommend to friends and family shows we find and can binge […]

    • That show does seem interesting, although I usually don’t like subtitles that much. Be careful, it sounds like there is some bad stuff coming off that fire.

      • Ok….I watched them all and YOU especially would LOVE this show. The subtitles are not all through the show….but when they do come on you can just pause them and read them. I LOVED this show.
        The daughter in the show is a lesbian artist/artist lesbian….and some of her art projects cause chaos in the old neighborhood.
        I just know your gonna love this show.

        • Ok, you have convinced me. I will start them…later sunday and watch at least part of it. If I love it, I will keep going on. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I have watched what is on Netflix of Gentefied, and am looking forward to the next season, which I am hoping will be out soon..Great show.

      • Isn’t it?!? I thought you would enjoy it. I think we all know someone like “Eric” who nothing can go right for him. No matter what they do…..it screws up someone elses plans.

        • I like Chris also, trying to fit in, but somehow not always doing so. Anyway, it ended on a real cliff hanger and I wanna know what happens next. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Thats the box they left overnight for all the bees to find their way into.

    Yes…those are Holiday Lights we put on every night in support for our healthcare workers.

    That box is such a beautiful box […]

    • I agree, there are some things that I just can’t learn by hearing about….I have to somehow “do it”…write it down or actual do the actions literally or something. But I think I would be afraid of working with Bees although I could see it also being fun to learn how. ๐Ÿ™‚ And yes, it is a pretty box.

      • It’s just the way my brain works. And being older…taking classes was actually fun.
        I would love to make my own honey….well I should say I would love to offer these wonderful bees a place to live in return for their honey.

        • Maybe when things get normal, although it seems like at times it never will, you will be able to follow that dream and have a hive and your own honey. ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Oh…I am pretty sure I am going to do this. My family has enough property in South Dakota. I am going to have to build a house there so I can go back and forth. Some bee farmers rent their bees out so they travel across America. I don’t think I want to rent my bees out…..and if I were to consider it they would have to be extreme organic farmers.

            • Good luck, sounds like you have made up your mind. I always wanted to go to Maine…because I watched a show that was supposedly set there, but kept letting other things interfere. Finally, after 40 years of dreaming and not doing, I finally just said “I am going to go…I don’t care if I have to put the whole thing on plastic”.

              That’s pretty much what i had to do, but I did it, and I was glad I did. Now people ask me what I think of the trip and I say “I went, I enjoyed, and don’t have any reason to go back”. The point is that I finally fulfilled that dream.

              • YOU ODDBALL! Maine has always been one of my TOP dream destinations. To go and rent a lighthouse for a week during the fall. I mean….I could do it since I retired and I don’t know what my hold up is. Well…now it’s Covid. But it’s on my list along with Nantucket.

  • I know I am a gracious host but COME ON!

    • Make them pay their rent in honey-money!

      By the look of it their hive is now well established. I can see the tell-tale hexagonal shapes which is demonstrative of just how busy they have been, and if anyone was ever in any doubt as to what “busy as a bee” meant, they need only to look at the picture.

      I wonder what attracted them to your house in the first place?

      • What attracted them to my house? COME ON JULES. I am so close to being Mother Earth herself ๐Ÿ˜‰

        If it were not for my super duper unattainable standards of humans…..I think I could’ve been a contender as Mother Earths sister at least. :star:

        The Bee keepers left here an hour ago. This team works later when the bees are calm. But the bees got a bit worked up and were not cooperating according to the manual. But they were able to get the queen in the box with the cones…..so they left the box on top of a ladder underneath the spot. They are going to come back tomorrow night to pick up the box in hopes all the bees find their way into it.
        They are worried about bringing the bees through the house….I told them they could tie a rope to the box and lower it off the balcony. That balcony is pretty high off the ground so that is concerning them. So they are going to bring a long rope tomorrow and we shall see what works. I am just happy the bee keepers are all about keeping the hive together and ALIVE.

        As for that honey…..I really REALLY was hoping I could get some. But apparently the cones at the moment are holding baby bees.

        • In that case the Beach Boys “Good Vibrations” is relevant here.

          • Perfect Song for the day.
            Funny too because when I waked upstairs earlier today I could hear the hive so I thought….but there was one bee inside at the window trying to get out. One little bee had so much power to cause such a loud buzz in the air. I grabbed a cup and paper and scooped him up and tossed him out.

  • They just need more love…..who knew?

    :::whispering::: I have to wonder exactly where I fall into all of this craziness with my obsession with Bigfoot o_O

    Conspiracy Theorist, YOU ARE LOVED ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • Interesting in theory. Somehow I think a truly confirmed Conspiracy theorist would simply see the more love as part of the conspiracy. ๐Ÿ™‚ What? There is a question about Big Foot? ๐Ÿ™‚

      • More love as part of the conspiracy? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
        hahahaha…..
        Well…..those of us in the know….KNOW Bgfoot exists. But some of the strong Conspiracy theories are connecting them to UFOs….psychic powers….etc etc etc. Putting us into the questionable mental state category. Who are they to question our mental states??? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • I find it an endless source of amusement when I listen to conspiracy theorists bleating out their social-political views, claiming to know what is REALLY going on and that everyone should heed their words because speaking truth is their exclusive province. Truth is more a state of mind than anything else, and with so much going on around the world at the same time – no one can be in two places at once but must defer to ‘reportage’ to formulate their version of what truth really means to them.

      The late, great, Professor Stephen Hawking once commented on the ongoing conspiracy theory that some governments were covering up the existence of UFO’s. In a humorous observation he said. . .(not verbatim) “If governments really are covering up the existence of UFO’s, then their doing a better job of that than running the country.”

      The comment was obviously delivered with the electronic synthesized voice he used to communicate with people, and on hearing him say it I literally burst out laughing over the comic timing of it all. Apart from being a brilliant physicist, he would have made a great comedian.

      • LOVED Hawkings. I truly did cry when he passed. Have you seen the movie “The Theory of Everything”?
        “Truth more of a state of mind than anything else”…..like he says in the video it becomes a “belief” to them.

        Yes to all you said here. Now just show them a little more love and that should fix everything.
        Again…still working on how this will work with me and Bigfoot.

        • I’ve seen, read, and re-read everything related to Stephen Hawking. I have a few Blu-ray documentaries of his, and on one of those I heard him say the UFO thingy. He even made a guest appearance on Star Trek TNG back in the day playing a future version of himself.

    • I kid you not….my son was just telling me about this earlier today.
      I have not watched this video yet…but I am sure it covers all he told me.
      I know I teeter on the edge of sanity and insanity when it comes to some of these conspiracy theories…..but I do know the world has some sick people in it and some REALLY RICH sick people too.
      I’ll watch the video in a bit. But of course..I think if I click on the video all of my information will be passed to someone and they will access my camera and drones will show up on my patio. So I need to ponder this a bit longer.

  • ABSOLUTELY LOVED this movie. The trailer explains it all. I pretty much had given up on watching Will Ferrel movies because the last few seemed so bad. I say seemed because I only watched the trailers and they […]

    • I don’t tend to like Will Ferrell, but this does sound interesting.

      • Like I mentioned in my response above….it is stupid humor. And add Americans acting like foreigners in a silly movie?
        I say give it a shot. I still don’t like Will Ferrel….but this movie is funny.

    • Can’t say I could relate on the enjoyment of this film. I thought it was utterly awful, but different strokes for different folks.

      • IT WAS horrible acting…..but that “I thought” was part of the stupid humor of the film. Americans don’t usually watch foreign shows like this or find foreign shows too odd. And in this movie they kinda emphasized that awkwardness.

        • Ah, maybe that is why I couldn’t relate because I am not American. Also, I am not a big Will Ferrel fan.

    • By the way, I found the movie on Netflix, and found it surprisingly good. Even Will Ferrel was not bad. One of his better roles perhaps.

      • GLAD YOU LIKED IT! I am like you……dont care much for Will Ferrel. I loved him on Saturday Night Live when he first became famous. I did enjoy his first few hits….actually enjoyed him in Daddy’s Home & Daddy’s Home 2. Well….I guess I should say it’s a hit and miss with him.

        Anyhow….he played this role well.

        • I don’t think he was that bad on SNL, but that was because of the ensemble cast. When he is the main or only character, he tends to just come across as silly. There wasn’t that much of it in this movie. Maybe he is getting better?

  • This is of Los Angeles but this is what I watched last night over San Diego. NOT as many…but they were all over the city. I was so amazed…and actually encouraged my son to light some of his fireworks. But of […]

    • I admit, I like fireworks especially when I am in the right mood for them. I don’t always enjoy the sound, but love the colors. Sounds like your son has a pretty level head on his shoulders…didn’t want to be responsible for a wild fire, which is understandable with all the fires that there have been in California in recent times. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • I agree about the fireworks. I love a great show. But there is a time and a place for them. With school being out there seems to be a lot going off nightly and a lot of neighbors on our neighborhood website seem to keep complaining. Many are saying their pets are shaking….their dogs are running off. Some Vets with PTS are having a rough time with it. People really need to think about others.

        As for my son…he does have a good beautiful head on his shoulders. It’s like he has to reign my sisters and I in sometimes.
        The otter day he said….MOM…I can’t believe I have to tell you this…. NO VACUUMING THE CATS. As he was sitting there unblocking our hand held vacuum ๐Ÿ˜ณ

    • Oh, sounds like he is almost like your father or something. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Oh…he knows I will take so much of this before I straighten him out. He knows I can run the world if need be……but I am retired and just want to be careless and carefree ๐Ÿ˜‰
        And I do vacuum my older cat. HE LOVES IT. My younger one runs away when she sees the vacuum. He use to slowly walk downstairs….but one day he challenged me. He stood in front of me and did not move. So I turned the vacuum on low and nudged him with it. So he flopped down and wanted his whole body vacuumed. He rolled this way and that way and can not get enough of it. SO now when I vacuum he runs to his spot and sprawls out. Mind you….he’s 17 – 20lbs and he is round.

        • Hey, listen to your son, young lady. ๐Ÿ™‚ Wow, I have never had a cat that liked to be vacuumed, they all have ran whenever the vacuum comes on and some ran when I started moving the vacuum even before I turned it on. But I do know that cats differ in what they like and don’t like.

          I used to have a cat that would come and sit on the side of the shower when I was in taking one. He didn’t want to be in water but he loved being beside it. One day a visitor threw him in the shower while I was in there, and he, in his fear, scratched me.

          Trust me, the visitor got my full fervor….not the cat who was innocent. ๐Ÿ™‚

          • Believe me….I thought it was so funny at first. Because they both use to take off once they saw the vacuum. Actually….he still runs when I bring the big Dyson out. But the hand held Pet Dyson…..is the one he loves. I put it on the lowest setting because I don’t want to hurt him. But I haven’t been doing it lately because he really does clog up the vacuum after a few vacuums.

            And Clover was like your cat when I first got her. She stayed in my room and when I was in the shower she would sit out in front and just wait for me. I would open it for her to look in and she always looked like she wanted to come in….but I didnt have 10 minutes to stand there waiting for her to make her mind up. BUT I have seen videos of cats who take showers….so if I had patience I am sure she would lay in the shower.

            THE NERVE OF YOUR GUEST!
            Yes….tear into them ๐Ÿ˜‰

            • My language became quite colorful that day. This was a big ole drag queen, young and arrogant. She was always doing things to my cat. Stepped on this same cats paws with her full weight one time, something i did a few times too but would apologize and pet him afterwards, without saying a word..just clopped on.

              He hated her until she made him two big hamburgers….he loved her for the amount of time it took him to eat one of those burgers, then he was sick of her and the burgers… ๐Ÿ˜›

              • This couldn’t have been Princess Stephanie?
                Though she likes to put the grumpy attitude on at work…I couldn’t imagine her being so reckless with your cat. We need to start another blog on Cat stories soon…I have a funny story to tell.

                • No, Stephanie has never been in my house. This was a person I knew back in Tennessee. She has been dead since 2006 before my SO died.
                  Only 34, she had abused drugs and mechanial grade silicon to alter her body, and the two destroyed her blood vessels and took her out.

                  • Thats horrible. I watch “Botched” sometimes and they have a regular who comes on who completely overused black market silicon. Just so sad that people resort to that.

                    • They tried to get me to get some, but I always refused. i knew i didn’t want to modify my mother like they had, but they said if i got some shot into my under eye area, it would make me look younger. i still said no.

                      The real reason she wanted me to do it, was she would get a discount on her work if she referred other people. When the silicon literally started rotting in her body, however, she told me she was glad that I never fell for it.

    • I love fireworks…the bright lights especially. The problem I have with seeing them in person is that I like to take pictures, and the pictures never turn out right. I remember more than once taking a picture of a display that was beautiful, the image very clear etc, but the picture I took barely showed any light at all.

      Very frustrating. LOL

      • YES…you can never get a perfect picture of them. But my son has fancy camera equipment and gets some good video and pictures. I tried last night to get some pictures but of course my timing is always off. I would catch them going up or after they exploded and just fragments left in the air. So I eventually just stopped and watched.

        • One year, I took some and then layered them so that each flick of light was repeated several times. Otherwise there wasn’t enough color to even look like anything. I have had digital cameras for a long time, but not the top grade ones that are needed for fireworks, I guess.

          • Layered them? Ok….thats fancy work I don’t know about but I bet they look good. I don’t know if you need a fancy camera to get great shots…I just know I have always had issues taking them. I find my Iphone11 does take wonderful pictures……and I think it takes better pictures then my camera. I don’t have a real fancy camera…..its a Nikon Coolpix. I use to have a fancy one years ago but with 3 sons playing with it …, I don’t know what came of it. Now that my sons are grown …they bought me this camera and said if I decide I want to get more into photography they would buy me a bigger and better camera. My oldest son has multiple lenses and tripods…..he loves photography.

            • Oh, at the time I had a fancy photo editor that made it easy. I always like an Olympus camera but yeah, it was NOT good at taking pictures of light either.

  • A whole Honey Bee Swarm stopped in for a rest. I was washing dishes this afternoon and kept seeing bee’s flying by the window. I had read on our neighborhood site that people recently are experiencing these […]

    • To show a bit about me, my first thought on reading the title was “hope nobody got stung’. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Ha! LUcKiLy no one has been stung …yet.
        They are still here. I hope they leave soon because I was thinking if I had to call someone to come get them…..the only way to that spot is thru the house.

    • So the queen apparently is enjoying my hospitality and is getting a bit too comfortable here. I must stop serving them tea.

  • What has gotten into these people? Is this too good to be true? AGAIN….not wanting to get political here but this is so nice to hear him encouraging mask wearing.

    Way to go Mitch.

    • Independentthinker…..I see your reply in the pending box but you included a questionable link which is the reason your comment wasn’t approved. It has nothing to do with your opposing view on mask. If you delete the link I can approve your comment.

  • I don’t want to get all political here but HE IS WEARING A MASK and I am actually happy about it. AND he is encouraging others to do the same. I know it’s a little late in the game but I feel it was a smart […]

    • To me it’s a very simple choice. . .you either heed the warnings, or you do not.

      • Well….to some of us IT IS simple. But our President and Vice President have NOT recommended mask over here. They were making claims that the seriousness of Covid19 was a hoax. So to have our VP now encourage wearing mask…..5-6 months into the pandemic? Their followers will not wear them unless they hear it from their leaders. So yeah….it’s a good thing.

    • I agree, I am happy he is doing it….finallly. ๐Ÿ™‚

  • The new names of my cat’s. Nah…..its the name of a local restaurant we have in San Diego that received mention in the Michelin Guide? They didn’t receive a star…but they were mentioned which usually means […]

  • I usually don’t engage in internet battles and can easily just walk away when someone tries to provoke me. Mind you….I only walk away because it is so easy for me to OBLIVIATE people and it truly wouldn’t […]

    • Wow, don’t wipe me from existence, I am innocent, I tell you, innocent. ๐Ÿ™‚ Yeah, I admit it, I had to look up the word obliviate to see what it meant.

      • Hahaha…I have had to look up MANY words in my lifetime too. And you have absolutely nothing to worry about….cause I think you are one cool cat. As for obliviate …..I pretty much just obliviate them from MY existence by “blocking” them. WHICH means…..I WIN I WIN I WIN. ha!
        It’s kinda fun using dramatic words sometimes.

    • I tend to steer clear of most internet trappings, social media sites, or any other offering dubious free-speech conversations. People seem to have a false impression that they need to be right all the time, and just as soon as you’ve thrown them a bone, they come bounding back with it hanging out of their drooling mouths. Such is humanity on the internet.

      • YES….that is exactly how it happens. I wonder if these online Keyboard warriors have much face to face human interaction.

  • Monica wrote a new post, Sunday 2 years, 7 months ago

    Sundays are my favorite day of the week. Someone once said….you could be locked underground for years and if you emerged above ground on a Sunday….you would know.

    And of course we can’t forget the […]

    • So I started my Sunday off drinking my hot green tea watching Jacques P`epin make a Chicken dish I wanted to make for dinner. But of course I didn’t take the chicken out of the freezer in time to thaw so I will save that for another day.
      I made my second cup of tea and watched “Sleepless in Seattle”. I love Seattle…and love that movie too.
      I am someone who can not be lazy all day so I got moving around and worked on my Heirloom Tomato plants. I didnt finish transplanting all of them but I will save the rest for tomorrow. I washed up and now I am taking off for my Sunday Drive.
      I absolutely love a Sunday drive through the mountains. I end my drives down at the beach.

      I hope everyone is enjoying their Sunday.

    • Meant to say, love the pictures.

    • Thanks …but they aren’t really as clear as I thought they were. I was gifted a new iPad Pro and was trying to post with it but no luck. But I was able to save pictures from the internet on it and use them on my laptop to post. But on the iPad they were so clear and pretty.

      Clear or not……I love Sundays ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Hope everyone had a wonderful Solstice.

    • The annual Summer Solstice meet at Stonehenge was cancelled due to the Corona Virus, so the British Heritage Foundation set up cameras and fed a live feed of the event online so people could witness the sunset at the historic site.

      • That was a very nice thing for the British Heritage Foundation to do. I bet those that wanted to go but couldn’t because it was cancelled as an event enjoyed it.

        • Yes it was a nice gesture. Most of our historic institutions and organisations are excellent when it comes to compensating the unexpected. And speaking of the unexpected. . .archaeologists over here have just discovered a new ‘outer’ ring at Stonehenge; this is a significant discovery which reveals the true extent of this historic site.

          • And what is that true intent? Have they clarified? I guess I could look it up on google. ๐Ÿ™‚

            It sounds like an interesting new development.

            • “And what is that true intent?”

              That’s a debate that has rumbled on for decades; the experts all have their own take as to what Stonehenge was built and used for but rarely do they all agree. Was it practical or spiritual? Was it a place to offer sacrifice or perform other rituals? Was it built as crude ground clock to record the passing of time? And what happens at the Summer Solstice strongly suggests spiritual worship of some sort or other.

              The debate will rage on forever and, for something that old one will have to delve deeper than anyone else to finally dig up and uncover the real purpose behind Stonehenge. Personally speaking, I like the mysticism that attaches itself to Stonehenge, it leaves so much more room for fantasy and romanticism.

              • Oh, I much prefer the mystery and mysticism as well. I read your comment as saying that somehow that outer ring had somehow answered the question. Glad that the mystery and romanticism is still available.
                ๐Ÿ™‚

                • I think you misread it. I said the discovery reveals the true ‘extent’ not ‘intent’ of the site. ๐Ÿ™‚

                  • And you would be right to think that, because that is precisely what I did. I looked at the word “extent” twice or more, and “saw” the word as intent.

                    My apologies.

      • This horrible virus. I am going to see if I could find a video on the sunset. At least with the video…more people can see it directly and not from way on the outskirts at the gathering.

  • I absolutely enjoy watching old episodes of Barney Miller. I remember my parents watching it when I was growing up and I had no interest in it. But a while back I was down and out with Vertigo and ended up […]

    • I quite forgot about this classic show. I used to watch it all the time when it was on years back. Our good old BBC2 aired it at the time of its heyday. And I also remember the music.

      • Oh the music……it was so fitting. And the video I posted totally skipped the intro with that cool music track. Ill add it here. And the BBC aired/airs a lot of American shows right?

        • This reply could take a book’s worth of space so I’ll restrain myself and keep it short.
          In the early 70’s we only had 3 tv channels to choose from: BBC1, BBC2, and ITV….that was it, nothing else!
          So in order to keep a high level of programs in their schedule the BBC imported several American shows that were popular at that time. They got comedy shows, crime dramas, action shows, etc,,,etc. and they all had their allotted time and space on the BBC.

          Barney Miller was one such show which occupied a half-hour slot, usually shown around 9 at night or later. I even remember Lou Grant from back then – among others. And just off the top of my head here’s a quick list of shows that I used to watch.

          Top of the pile has to be my all time favourite American show: “The Rockford Files” with James Garner. No other show came close to this one.

          Streets of San Francisco.
          The Bionic Man.
          Lou Grant.
          Ironside.
          Taxi.
          Wonder Woman.

          As I said, just off the op of my head. If I think about it more then the list would get much bigger than what it is now.

          • I LOVED the Rockford Files. Now I am going to have to see if it’s showing on one of the many channels I never look at.
            Back in the day we were the same way. We only had a few channels and most would just go off the air at night. One channel would have all night movies on the weekend only. And when cable came along with multiple channels we also had the pay movie channels. BUT….I only recall our Public Broadcasting Station playing British shows on the weekend. And they would only show one or two. Now they show a few all week. And we also have a few BBC channels.

            Now I understand why an old Scottish friend I had on here knew so much more about American tv than I did.

    • I haven’t seen any of these shows for years and years. I want to say at least 30 years maybe. And yes, those characters did mesh really well. They should have some weird characters come into the station as well.

      And I loved the opening shot with the woman who didn’t know if she had been violated or not. I also liked Davis’s response. And, yes, I understand her confusion, and yes, metaphorically she had been violated. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • ……………………and it could and often was a very moving, even loving story. i almost cried at the end with the report that 10-fingers died in the park.

      • I just watched one today where Det. Harris gets shot at by other cops who didn’t know he was a cop. That episode was about racism in the force which is so fitting in todays environment.

    • Isn’t it sad to realize that some issues that were current back in the “good ole days” when that show was on (which has to be 30-40 years ago) are still issues today. That speaks to how well we have done at healing our racism and general antipathy toward each other as a society.

  • Monica posted an update in the group Group logo of Thinkr's Food & SpiritsThinkr's Food & Spirits 2 years, 7 months ago

    What’s for dinner?

    • Tonight we drove thru Boston Market and ordered the Prime Rib. I have to say I was soooo impressed. They make a sweet potato casserole with marshmallow that was horribly good.

    • Todayโ€ฆ.I donโ€™t know whatโ€™s for dinner yet. I had grandiose plans of hitting the market early to buy ingredients for a soup I have been craving but I ended up watching a few episodes of an old show. And that made me lazy for a few hours. I will ponder dinner a bit more. Until I figure that outโ€ฆ.I am gonna drive thru Strarbucks down the hill for a beverage

  • One of my guilty pleasures is watching a reality show or two. How or when I came across Big Freedia is beyond me. I remember YEARS ago seeing the previews and would think…..who in the world would watch that […]

    • Interestingly enough Big Freedia and I have something in common. We both live in the Big Easy. Although she was the grand marshal for Gay Pride in 2019, I believe it was, I can’ say that I have even met her or followed her shows.

      She is popular more so, in the Black portions of the LGBTQ population of the city, but I believe she also has cross-over into the jump (I think is what her music genre is called) community as well as the general Black community of New Orleans. That is a huge demographic since 60 percent of New Orleans is the Black population. (yes, New Orleans is predominately minority ethnicity with Hispanics and Arabs also being heavily featured here).

      I might have to check some of her shows out, but I may be a bit too long to truly enjoy her form of entertainment. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Watch her episodes……its so much more than her music. But it is all about her musical career and family drama…love life drama…dancers drama. And her genre is called “Bounce”. It’s what twerking came from. And Twerking makes no sense to me. It’s silly. And I also thought…WHAT IS THIS NOISE. I think I was amazed with the way the dancers “bounce” their butts. It isn’t an easy thing to do. But as I watched the show…learned the history of the genre I learned to appreciate it. The dancing and the music. And truly….I fell in love with Big Freedia…the gentle giant.

        Like I said….it isn’t to “bounce”

        Just cause I love her……..she can be so proper ๐Ÿ˜‰

        • I watched most of these two. I can see you enjoying the show, and the drama. There is just something missing with a celebrity of her type that doesn’t bring “the drama”. Bounce, sorry, not my thing. I have seen people on the street just twerking their back ends at the travel and it just doesn’t make sense to me.

          Now, things like the second one, where she is working with Chef Ronnie, who is a piece of eye candy, if I have ever seen any, I would likely enjoy along with others like that.

          And yet, she is famous for the family drama as well. Part of the results of some of that drama is she nearly, or maybe did, spend time in prison.

          It had something about her living arrangements and the amount of money she made….apparently was living with a relative in the Housing Projects…which is what got her in trouble. I believe she was actually there, however, because she was trying to take care of her money, but the government didn’t see it that way. ๐Ÿ™‚

          Oh and I just noticed the family drama video on down the page. I am going to have to listen to THAT. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • I can honestly say I’ve never heard of this show. I might have to look it up now out of sheer curiosity.

      • The show covers everything between his love life/family life and the management of his musical career. DRAMA DRAMA DRAMA.

  • If only all of our protest could be so peaceful. Would the message be as loud? Would anyone hear it?

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